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Default Autostart Xfce

I run Xfce 4.4.2, whatever the latest is. On Debian, I used GDM to start Xfce, which I didn't like. On Gentoo, I used my /etc/conf.d/local file (I think, been a while) to start Xfce by running a command with su as my normal user. Then, I eventually started using Slim. I liked the first method better, but I'd like to change it up a bit. Is there a way for me to login first in the text interface and then once I've done so automatically run startxfce4 to start Xfce?
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